Manga + graphic novels in the Humanities Library

Manga and graphic novels have made an appearance in the Humanities Library. We have begun building a small collection. To see a list of titles we own, just type…

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New Social Science Data Services web site

This year, the MIT Libraries debuted their new Social Science Data Services web site. The site aims to provide detailed information not only about data sources, but…

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What we did on our summer vacation in 1873

Two MIT professors and nine undergraduates toured mining camps in July of 1873. Would you like to know more? Check out Professor Richards’s 1873 blog antecedent in…

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Learning about MIT: a good place to start

Immerse yourself in the rich history of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from its birth in 1861, through the move from Boston to Cambridge in 1916 and its contributions…

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Summer workshops offered

JulyAP Information Workshops Attend these hands-on workshops to learn more about finding and using information effectively. It’s like IAP, only warmer! WHERE: 14N-132 (Digital Instruction Resource Center – DIRC) WHEN:…

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Index Islamicus now available

Search Index Islamicus from your desktop! Find it in Vera by searching for “Index Islamicus” or use this URL: //libraries.mit.edu/get/ii

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iPods in Lewis Music Library

The Lewis Music Library is buying 5 iPods over the summer. These iPods will contain a sample track of each CD listed on New Titles: Compact Discs….

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Audio clips for new CDs in Lewis Music Library

Click and listen! The Lewis Music Library’s New Titles: Compact Discs web page now includes audio clips for many selections. For Naxos recordings, there are…

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2nd DSpace federation user group meeting

The 2nd DSpace Federation User Group meeting will be held at the University of Cambridge July 7-8, 2005. The objective of the User Group meeting is to…

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